The Urban Poor of Puerto Rico: a Study in Development and Inequality
Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, 1974 - Poor - 116 pages
Monograph presenting a case study in social and cultural anthropology of slum populations in the san juan urban area to illustrate the effect of economic growth and social change on poverty-stricken urban populations in Puerto Rico - includes illustrations, references and statistical tables.
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